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Aspen Squirts take second

Aspen Times Staff
Aspen, CO Colorado
Aspen Junior Hockey's Squirt B team poses with its runner-up trophy Sunday at the Continental Divide Youth Hockey League Championship in Fort Collins. The team consists of Jordan Cottrell, Sam Rappaport, Evan Morris, Keegan Kessler, Arthur Kelso, Burke Daily, Aidan Keelty, Nicky Cottrell, Christian Lewis, Keegan Davis, Rider Daily, Colin Grant, Harry Ferguson, Trey Robinson and coaches Scott Davis, Chuck Kessler, Scott Morris, Bobby Ferguson and Chris Lockrem. (Courtesy Barbie Cottrell)
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Aspen Junior Hockey’s Squirt B team, consisting of local 9- and 10-year-old boys, finished second this past weekend at the Continental Divide Youth Hockey League Championship in Fort Collins.

The team entered the four-team regional tournament with the No. 2 seed after finishing the regular season 10-3-3. Aspen opened with a win Friday against third-seeded Denver Country Club, then lost Saturday morning to top-seeded Steamboat Springs. Aspen had to face DCC again Saturday afternoon – after DCC knocked out the fourth-seeded Colorado Hockey Club of Colorado Springs – and earned a 3-0 shutout.

Aspen then faced off against Steamboat Springs again in Sunday’s championship but came up short.

The runner-up finish qualifies Aspen to compete against the top three teams in the state – including Steamboat Springs – this weekend at the Colorado Amateur Hockey Association’s State Championships.


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